G Mommas is a product of Selma Good Co. based in Selma, AL. Based on his grandmother's recipe, owner Robert Armstrong decided to share her cookies with the world. Since October 2009, G Mommas has been contributing to the local economy by providing jobs and commerce.  Its recent fame on AL.com's 2015 Alabama Food Bracket contest where they came in second place as well as being a finalist in the Small Business Big Game competition for a 30 second Super Bowl commercial has given Selma something to take pride in.  

To purchase cookies or learn more about G Mommas, they can be found at gmommas.com




Meghan Stewart is driven by her passion to capture the moments that so quickly escape us. Having won numerous awards, Meghan uses the beauty of Selma and the surrounding areas to remember the story of special moments in time. 

For information about Meghan, visit meghanstewartphotography.com




Launched in January 2014, APA is home to five healthy businesses with more on the way.  A community is built around each business in order to foster growth at an accelerated rate. Each of the businesses contribute to the economic and spiritual transformation of the business community here in Selma.

For more information about Arsenal Place, visit arsenalplace.com






On October 1, 2014, coffee roaster Ryan Bergeron started the Revival Coffee Company. Ryan's passion for coffee and heart for transforming lives is evident through his company's operations. As well as providing fresh, high quality coffee, he partners with ministries and donates 10% of profits to non-profit organizations. Based in a restored building in downtown Selma, Ryan's vision is to see revival come to Selma and the world. 

For fresh, good coffee or to learn more about Ryan, visit revivalcoffees.com